SpiceJet got a big relief today. Today, the DGCA, which regulates aviation, stated that it will no longer be subject to any additional oversight. On Tuesday, July 25, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) announced that SpiceJet had been taken out of its enhanced surveillance program.
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In accordance with this arrangement, DGCA crews inspected 23 of the airline’s aircraft and recorded 95 observations. 51 spot technicians were carried by SpiceJet’s Boeing 737 and Q400 in 11 locations. The DGCA only granted SpiceJet this waiver after this.